Rem Koolhas- trying to break obelisk construction and limitations of rectangular constructions.
Architecture and Design Part II
William Morris (design) and Edward Burne-Jones (illustration). page openingGeoffrey Chaucer, The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer Newly Augmented. 1896. sheet 16 3/4 x 11 1/2 in.
Art Deco- 1920s-30s new decoration for mass produced and individually crafted items; “modern,” new, sleek, sophisticatedEdouardo Garcia Benito. Vogue. May 25, 1929.
Russel Wright. American Modern dinnerware. Designed 1937, introduced 1939.
Charles and Ray Eames. Side chair, model DCM. 1946. height 28 1/4 in., width 19 1/2 in., depth 20 in.
Bauhaus- School for Architecture, Art and Design; a new art where art makes abetter world; everyone is equal and can have access to great design
Le Corbusier. Perspective drawing for Domino Housing Project. 1914; Steel-reinforced concrete revolutionizes design possibilities.
Le Corbusier and Jeanneret. Villa Savoye. 1928–30.International Style: Bauhaus ideals spread around the world; inexpensive materials;affordable; accessible; breaking class structures; uniting nature with living
Ludvig Miës van der Rohe. Farnsworth House. 1950.International style: materials frequently concrete, steel, glass
Marcel Breuer. Armchair, model B3. late 1927 or early 1928. height 28 1/8 in., width 30 1/4 in., depth 27 3/4 in.
FINAL EXAM REVIEWDescribe the environment, materials, function and culture ofthe following image. You may use your book and notes. Frank Lloyd Wright. Fallingwater, Kaufmann House, PA 1936.
FINAL EXAM REVIEWCompare and Contrast: Describe the environment, materials, function andculture of the following images. Answer: How are they alike and how are theydifferent? You may use your book and notes.